As the nursing board exam scandal continues to make headlines—even meriting an Inquirer editorial on "Honor"—I thought of sharing the video of a speech I delivered when I took my oath as a licensed librarian in 2004.
Some people can be very insensitive. And with this latest scandal, it may be expected that anyone who passes a board exam will be subjected to jokes about making it due to a leak or cheating. But as I said before,
It was not luck, but a lot of hard work—whether in the weeks before the exam, months of attending classes while working at the same time, or years of being a library assistant and attending to the needs of husbands, wives and children. We did not win the lottery. We did not get lucky. We deserve to be here.Read the full text of my speech here.
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